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You probably didn’t know that Los Cabos is a municipality in the state of Baja California Sur and includes the cities of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo (the municipal seat). The area attracts millions of visitors each year as do activities such as fishing and golf. But there’s more to Los Cabos than these experiences. Check out the following unique things to do and see.

Cabo San Lucas

Head to La Candelaria (north of Cabo), and you’ll see bamboo, mango, and palm trees in the old Indian village. But don’t let this tranquil setting fool you. Legend has it that the practice of witchcraft is alive and well. Those of you with an affinity for the supernatural and Halloween will appreciate this aspect. The best way to get to La Candelaria is through an ATV excursion from your cruise ship.

San José del Cabo

Your dream of taking a 4-hour food walking tour of San José del Cabo can become a reality with the “Flavors of Baja” guided walking tour. Your charming host will guide you through diverse foods from the finest restaurants and share his/her insights on the local flavors of San José. For example, at Tamales on the Main Square, you’ll feast on what else, tamales! At La Musa Art and Food Gallery, you can have the dessert of your choice or an award winning chocolate cocktail. Not only will you eat your way through San José del Cabo, but you’ll strike up conversations with other guests and make new friends.

Explore the Unique Side of Cabo San Lucas and San Jos del Cabo

The climate and geography of Los Cabos will make you want to visit every year! If you want an all-inclusive Los Cabos vacation, I recommend Apple Vacations. Why? Because they include roundtrip airport and hotel transfers and more. All you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy your trip.

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